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2017 Board Election


At InHealth Mutual, an involved and active membership is at the core of what makes InHealth Mutual great. This means engagement of members in both their personal health management, as well as the oversight and governance of the CO-OP. When members select InHealth as their health insurance provider, they also join the CO-OP as a voting member with a voice.

Make your voice heard by voting in this year's election. More information about the nomination and voting process will be posted later this summer.

Annual Election of Board Members


Who Can Vote
Every InHealth Mutual Individual Member age 18 and over is considered a voting member. This includes insured individual policyholders and their dependents, as well as members who are employees and dependents covered under an employer or group policy.

How & When To Vote
Ballots and instructions on how to vote will be distributed to all members by October 30, 2015. We anticipate members will be able to vote by mail or online. Watch for more information this fall. In order to ensure you receive voting information, please be sure your mailing address is correct by calling Customer Service at 1.800.580.8502.

Qualifications & Selection Process


Role of Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee, appointed by the current Board of Directors, is responsible for identifying potential Director Candidates, as well as reviewing nomination applications submitted by InHealth Mutual members. The Committee will conduct interviews and background checks, and present a slate of qualified candidates that will be approved by the Board of Directors and appear on the election ballot.

Who Can Be Nominated?
InHealth Mutual Members may nominate themselves or another Member for consideration as a potential candidate for a Director position. In addition, qualified candidates may be identified and recruited by the Nominating Committee. All nominees must submit the required application materials between July 15, 2015 and August 31, 2015 to be considered.

Areas of Expertise Needed
In order to ensure a well-functioning Board of Directors, Board members should represent a broad spectrum of expertise needed to provide a complex insurance organization with strategic direction and the appropriate degree of oversight. For this reason, the Nominating Committee will seek to ensure that the nominees represent one or more of the following areas of expertise:

  • Business Experience
  • Financial Acumen
  • Insurance (particularly Health Insurance) Experience
  • Legal or Regulatory Background
  • Leadership Experience
  • Marketing Expertise
  • Clinical, Hospital, and/or Pharmacy Background
  • Social Service and/or Community Service Involvement
  • Any comparable experience or participation in connection with educational, religious, philanthropic, or other non-profit bodies

Background Check
Potential nominees will be required to complete a UCAA Form 11- Biographical Affidavit from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and pass a federal and/or state background check for insurance company directors in order to be considered as well as ongoing federal debarment status checks. The Nominating Committee will provide more information about requirements later in the selection process.



2017 Board Election


At InHealth Mutual, an involved and active membership is at the core of what makes InHealth Mutual great. This means engagement of members in both their personal health management, as well as the oversight and governance of the CO-OP. When members select InHealth as their health insurance provider, they also join the CO-OP as a voting member with a voice.

Make your voice heard by voting in this year's election. More information about the nomination and voting process will be posted later this summer.

Annual Election of Board Members


Who Can Vote
Every InHealth Mutual Individual Member age 18 and over is considered a voting member. This includes insured individual policyholders and their dependents, as well as members who are employees and dependents covered under an employer or group policy.

How & When To Vote
Ballots and instructions on how to vote will be distributed to all members by October 30, 2015. We anticipate members will be able to vote by mail or online. Watch for more information this fall. In order to ensure you receive voting information, please be sure your mailing address is correct by calling Customer Service at 1.800.580.8502.

Qualifications & Selection Process


Role of Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee, appointed by the current Board of Directors, is responsible for identifying potential Director Candidates, as well as reviewing nomination applications submitted by InHealth Mutual members. The Committee will conduct interviews and background checks, and present a slate of qualified candidates that will be approved by the Board of Directors and appear on the election ballot.

Who Can Be Nominated?
InHealth Mutual Members may nominate themselves or another Member for consideration as a potential candidate for a Director position. In addition, qualified candidates may be identified and recruited by the Nominating Committee. All nominees must submit the required application materials between July 15, 2015 and August 31, 2015 to be considered.

Areas of Expertise Needed
In order to ensure a well-functioning Board of Directors, Board members should represent a broad spectrum of expertise needed to provide a complex insurance organization with strategic direction and the appropriate degree of oversight. For this reason, the Nominating Committee will seek to ensure that the nominees represent one or more of the following areas of expertise:

  • Business Experience
  • Financial Acumen
  • Insurance (particularly Health Insurance) Experience
  • Legal or Regulatory Background
  • Leadership Experience
  • Marketing Expertise
  • Clinical, Hospital, and/or Pharmacy Background
  • Social Service and/or Community Service Involvement
  • Any comparable experience or participation in connection with educational, religious, philanthropic, or other non-profit bodies

Background Check
Potential nominees will be required to complete a UCAA Form 11- Biographical Affidavit from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and pass a federal and/or state background check for insurance company directors in order to be considered as well as ongoing federal debarment status checks. The Nominating Committee will provide more information about requirements later in the selection process.